Monthly Archives: June 2014

Farewell Sunny! Safe Travels

Posted by Caz on Monday, 30th June 2014

My Domos were a bit sad today as they had to say farewell to Sunny The Travelling Domo who has to move on his next host now. We have had a lot of fun with him during the last few weeks. Sunny gave a lovely speech as he prepared to board his shuttle which will drop him off in Scotland!

Farewell Sunny

Farewell Sunny

All the Domos gathered at the launch pad to bid farewell to their travelling friend. Safe travels, Sunny!

All The Domos At The Launch

All The Domos At The Launch

Rennie Mackintosh And Cream Teas

Posted by Caz on Friday, 27th June 2014

Today was our last day in Scotland. The Domos came with me to Bellahouston Park this morning, to visit the House For An Art Lover. It was designed by famous architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1901 but not built until 1996. They loved the big piano in the Music Room, dancing out a Scottish jig on the ivories:

Tinkling The Ivories

Tinkling The Ivories

After absorbing so much culture, we decided to visit another famous Mackintosh location – the Willow Tea Rooms in Sauchiehall Street for some sustenance. As usual, Scotty, Sunny and Tarty were more interested in the delicious apple pie and cream than their surroundings!

Delicious Apple Pie

Delicious Apple Pie

Rail And Sail In Scotland

Posted by Caz on Thursday, 26th June 2014

Today the Domos enjoyed a Rail & Sail adventure from Glasgow with me, visiting Rothesay and Dunoon to find some more piers. Scotty, Sunny and Tarty had fun on the train:

Domos On The Rails

Domos On The Rails

And then they sat on the top deck of the ferry, taking in the fresh air. It was a bigger boat than Sunny and Rummy sailed on at the start of Sunny’s visit!

Domos On The Sail

Domos On The Sail